tropical depression far out in the eastern Atlantic, near the Cape
Verde islands 350 miles of the African coast could become Debby,
the fourth named tropical storm of the 2006 hurricane season which,
thus far, is a piece of cake compared to last year.
The storm formed Aug.
21 and forecasters expected it to take a northwesterly course in
mid-week with a possible track near Bermuda by Aug. 28 or
By this time last
year, Hurricane Dennis had made landfall in Florida after causing
havoc in Cuba, Hurricane Emily tore through the Yucatan Peninsula
in Mexico and Hurricane Katrina loomed ominously on the
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